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Troubling Good Intentions

September 2013

Troubling Good Intentions
Troubling Good Intentions

In this paper, NCCAH co-authors take a critical look at the policies, practices, and strategies that espouse greater inclusion of Indigenous peoples in post-secondary institutions. Based on a sampling of nine universities in British Columbia, the authors unpack language around decolonizing and indigenizing agendas, while highlighting the continued marginalization, additional pressures and expectations placed on Indigenous faculty.

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